Stabilizer Clamp to fix a loose John Deere AXE16786 bracket in a 70 Series Combine Monitor Bracket

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The Stabilizer Clamp tightens up the John Deere Greenstar Monitor Bracket in a 70 Series Combine fixing the loose bracket issue.  This anti-vibration clamp squeezes the OEM bracket, keeping it from flopping around.  Takes less than 2 minutes to install, no drilling required. Clamp can be installed without having to remove the monitor.

"I just put it to the test in my roughest field and this clamp works great!  The display is now firmly in place. " - Mat P from IN.

How does it work?  The two precision cut metal parts slide together and squeeze the arm of the monitor bracket to the round pipe.  The two bolts hold it in place making the monitor bracket more solid and stable.  CAN BE INSTALLED WITHOUT HAVING TO REMOVE THE MONITOR.

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This clamp fits the GPS Monitor Bracket pictured.  If you have questions please call: Scott 406-580-4643

Combine Bracket Stabilizer Clamp | Part No. DB70911 works on a John Deere 9560, 9660, 9760, 9860, 9570, 9670, 9770, 9870 or any equipment with this style monitor bracket.

This Clamp works on 60 and 70 Series John Deere Combine, R450 Windrowers and CS690.

$525 for a New John Deere Complete Bracket Part Number: AXE16786 sub for AH220633
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Reviews

  • 4
    Stabilizer bracket

    Posted by Benjamin Schneider on Nov 2nd 2021

    Works well. A little tough to install, as its in an awkward position, but once installed it works good. Stopped the monitor shake.

  • 4
    Good not perfect

    Posted by Dick on Oct 27th 2021

    Does a nice job of minimizing the shake but it does not eliminate it. The issue could be on my end of things and its still better than nothing. Would recommend.

  • 5
    Firmly in Place......

    Posted by Mat Pahmeier on Oct 28th 2019

    This bracket works great. The display is now firmly in place. I just put it to the test in my roughest field the other day and it never loosed up!